May 2010 Archives

NCAA First Round Day Two Live Blog

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Welcome back to Austin, Texas, for the second day of the First Round of the NCAA Championships. We had a great first day as three Tigers got closer to qualifying for the final round of the NCAA Championships in Eugene. Mizzou has plenty of athlete competing again today, so if you want to follow along, there is not better place than at

NCAA First Round Live Blog

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Follow the Tigers at the first round of the NCAA Championships all day long. Live event-by-event updates will be provided along with in-depth covergae that will make you feel like you are at the meet. will be at the meet all three days, so check back as often as you can.


For the third-straight season, Missouri picked up a three-game sweep of Nebraska. The Tigers defeated the Huskers, 2-0 on Friday behind a strong pitching performance from junior Nick Tepesch (see below). Mizzou then took a 12-7 win on Saturday and held on for a 6-5 victory in Sunday's series finale.


It's time to crown two new champions within the Big 12 Conference this afternoon. We'll be here all day to cover all the action, so join us after the jump!

After a great first day of competition in Columbia, we're ready for Day 2 at the Big 12 Outdoor Track & Field Championships! Action begins at 10:00 am CDT (GMT -5). Join us after the jump.

We're live-blogging the Big 12 Outdoor Track & Field Championships this weekend. Come join us!

Mizzou is hosting the 13th edition of the league's gathering for the fourth time. Columbia was also the venue for the 1998, 2000 and 2002 editions. You can get complete information on the Big 12 Championships at Mizzou's Big 12 Championships page.

We'll be blogging all weekend long; this entry is only for Friday's competition. The blog window follows after the jump.

Mizzou Baseball Pitcher & Player of the Week

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It was a tough weekend for the Mizzou Baseball team, after taking an 11th-innig victory in the series opener against Texas Tech, the Tigers dropped the next two games, both by one run. Of note from the weekend, was the record breaking Aaron Senne. Senne had two hits in Sunday's series finale in Lubbock and moved into first place on the career hits list at Missouri. He now has 275 hits, moving ahead of the previous record holder, Jayce Tingler (274 hits from 2000-2003).


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